Hannah Lloyd

Business Development Manager
0131 653 5400

Hannah joined Scottish Land & Estates in November 2021 having worked for GLM as their Marketing Manager and Associate Director. During her time at GLM Hannah relocated and opened a second office for the business in Inverness becoming a well known face in the Highland business community as well as mentoring the technical team to develop business development and marketing as cornerstones of the GLM business strategy. Alongside her role at GLM, Hannah has actively sought ways to support the wider business community through roles as a director with Highland Business Women and a long-standing involvement with Women in Property across Scotland which has even included founding a new branch in the Highlands & Islands which has been hugely well received.

Prior to this, Hannah studied a degree in Business Management and Real Estate and worked for a short time in the property management space. In 2021 Hannah won the Association of Scottish Business Women ‘One to Watch’ Award and was a finalist in the Women’s Business Club ‘Women in Property & Construction’ Award – nominations which both reflected her passion for encouraging others, supporting and connecting to facilitate businesses to thrive across Scotland.

Having forged a strong relationship with the organisation during her time at GLM and being fully aware of the wide-ranging benefits membership can bring, Hannah has joined the Business Team at Scottish Land & Estates, working alongside Tony Stevenson, to share these benefits, support the wider membership and help you grow your network and market presence across rural Scotland!

 

If you were a Scottish animal, which would you be and why?
The lesser known Scottish Penguin – a big fan of cold water and breaking the ice!

What do few people know about you? 
I am slightly addicted to plunging myself into cold water, for fun and by choice! Particularly when it involves breaking the ice!

Which three words best describe your outlook on life?
Optimistic and fun.

Where would you live if not Scotland? 
I love Scotland and the variety of what it has to offer from beaches to mountains, lochs to forests so if I had to live elsewhere I would always want to come back to Scotland!